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Nuclear Regulatory Commission of Japan released the photos taken during the inspection at the plant "Fukushima Dai-ichi"
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Japanese national supervisory authority in the nuclear field has published several photos taken during his first investigation on the site of the nuclear accident in 2011 at a nuclear power plant "Fukushima Dai-ichi."

Investigation by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, as its main objective to find out whether the cooling system of the reactor number 1 at this nuclear power plant damaged by the earthquake before the nuclear power plant hit by a powerful tsunami waves.

The Commission has published four photographs taken on the fourth floor of the reactor building number 1. The photographs show red water tank cooling system and air conditioning system, some elements of which were displaced and damaged.

The representatives of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission reported that they took hundreds of photos and videos total duration of 40 minutes.

Source: NHK
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Jim GreenidgeAre you aware that there are products and buiinldgs around the world -- perhaps the very one you work or live in which literally have people baked in its steel? In Pittsburgh and other steel towns it was once par for the course -- and still is in places like China -- that a hapless steel worker would accidentally fall into a vat of molten steel which was simply too expensive to dump to recover his teeth enamel. So it was milled out as usual after some prayers into ingots and beams ending up God knows where. One once read of such incidents in the U.S. and you'd breathed pity on his soul for such a grisly unholy death and moved on to page four. Think of it! The old bike you used to ride had an extra passenger you weren't aware of! Maybe your car. Or tea kettle too. Evil old steel industry! Or years ago a space shuttle worker literally got asphyxiated in the bowls of the shuttle which later flew anyway? Poor guy, croaking all alone in the core of super-high technology that way. God rest his soul but give the shuttle a pass. Move on to page seven.At Fukushima some technically careless workers were burned by radioactive water and stop the presses and honk the alarm. Workers ("merely") burned by radioactive water -- you know that dark glowing mysterious stuff Darth Vader bathes in -- and there are cries of consternation and horror that somehow something uniquely unearthly and unholy reached out and zapped these poor people -- never mind they're still alive and might well survive their injuries -- which is a fire-sale bargain compared hundreds of other industrial accidents where people perish daily. Or wish you had.Somehow being touched by nuclear energy is a special curse, a kind of nether-worldly Satan kiss from a dark force that never should've been unearthed. Wow -- two or three guys got whacked by nuclear energy. Man, we gotta shut everything nuclear down to punish the atom for such an unnatural insult on humanity like what it did at Hiroshima and Nagasaki and Chernobyl. This evil uncontrollable genie must be shoved back the bottle or we're all doomed. I mean just saying the word radiation the wrong way will zap you good, and if the REMs don't get ya the stress over it will! Why is nuclear energy cited as such a unique case?Why is ultimate theoretical potential to annihilate taking a front seat to actual real-world results? There are biowar viruses and microbes developed around the world of such pernicious potency that in theory a mere flask can decimate the human race -- no place to hide from such a miserable death -- yet where are the media cries and alarm and protests? Turn to page six. A fright train of toxic chemicals derails and a several tens of thousands must move out into the cold for shelters miles away for a week or so till the stuff is cleaned up. Wow, what a bummer for them. Move on to page nine. Let's not even talk about Bhopal and why that's somehow less "evil". I mean anyone can relate to having your lungs burned out alive on the spot, right?(next)

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